For example, if you have an outdoor dining area, an awning is a great way to cover your guests. But, if it rains or its windy, or the sun is shining from an angle that your diners are subject to the sun’s harmful UV rays, the awning won’t cut it anymore. That’s where drop screens and curtains come into play.
Drop curtains are like drop shades but have a little more flexibility in the fabric. Much like indoor curtains, drop curtains can be designed with folds, ridges, and other aesthetically pleasing effects. Drop curtains can be tied together when not in use.
Remember, your awning is versatile. Also, remember that drop shades are a great way to keep your business cool and shaded without having to install an awning. Finally, you can always consult your local awning shop for more information about these creative, fun shade options.